Razer introduced the compact and lightweight Orochi V2 wireless gaming mouse. In the description of the new product, the manufacturer notes the use of Razer HyperSpeed ?? Wireless technology, which provides ultra-low latency, and proprietary second-generation mechanical switches, the resource of which reaches 60 million actuations.
Another advantage is the ability to work on one AA cell for more than 900 hours. Let’s clarify that such a margin of autonomy is achieved when connected via Bluetooth, and the payment for lower delays in the Razer HyperSpeed ?? Wireless is to reduce the operating time without replacing the power source to 425 hours. Interestingly, the AAA element can be used as an alternative. Of course, the autonomy will be somewhat less.
Razer HyperSpeed ?? Wireless technology allows you to connect multiple devices such as mice and keyboards with a single miniature USB receiver.
The symmetrical shape of the mouse makes it equally suitable for right-handers and left-handers, and the small size allows the Razer Orochi V2 to be positioned like a laptop mouse. In addition, the mouse is said to be well suited for different grip options.
The Orochi V2 is available in black or white. For those looking to add personality, there are over 100 different skins to choose from at Razer Customs.
The dimensions of the mouse are approximately 108 x 60 x 38 mm and weighs 60 g. The mouse is equipped with six programmable buttons and a “game level” scroll wheel. It uses an optical sensor with a resolution of 18,000 dpi. Sensitivity can be changed on the fly (by default, the choice is between 400, 800, 1600, 3200 and 6400 dpi). Mouse settings are saved in the built-in memory.
The Razer Orochi V2 mouse costs $ 70 or € 80. The Razer Orochi V2 Customs Edition is priced at $ 90 or € 100.